Driving a Tesla is like experiencing what cars will be like in 10 years, today. Whether you're on vacation, traveling for business, or are thinking about buying one but want an "extended" test drive, you will enjoy driving this Model 3. There are 4 Tesla Superchargers and over 900 EV chargers in the Kansas City area which give you many options for charging. Taking a road trip? Try out Autopilot, Tesla's industry leading driver assistance feature to help make it easier as well as Tesla's nationwide Supercharger network.
Tesla Supercharging is included with the rental, i.e. FREE for you to use. Once the car is done charging you must unplug from the Supercharger within 5 minutes or Tesla will bill us for idle fees which start at $1/min. Idle fees will be billed to you directly via Turo.
This is the Standard Range+ version giving you up to 240 miles of range on a single charge. It includes Tesla's industry leading 15" touchscreen navigation and infotainment system, a fully glass roof, 4 USB ports, 12v port, built in Dash Cam and Sentry Mode, 5 heated leather seats, electronically adjustable lumbar support on the front seats, folding rear seats, no hump in front of the rear middle seat allowing extra leg room, automatic wipers and high beams, built in arcade games, tons of storage space in the trunk, under trunk compartment and front trunk, Bluetooth, and more.
The navigation system uses Google Maps so it’s always up to date. All Tesla Supercharger and Tesla destination charger locations are built into the navigation. Going on a long trip? Simply input your destination into the navigation and the car will automatically find the fastest route which includes all required Supercharger stops. It will tell you how much charge you’ll have when you arrive at the Supercharger as well as how long you need to charge for to reach your next stop. A typical Supercharger stop takes between 15 and 30 minutes. Most Superchargers are located near restaurants, shopping and bathrooms.
This car is quick going 0-60 in 5.3 seconds. With its instant torque there’s no waiting for the car to pin you back in your seat. No waiting on downshifting or for the engine to hit peak torque in a certain RPM range. When you press the accelerator, it goes. When you need to stop, just let off the accelerator and the car uses regenerative braking to slow you down while converting the cars momentum back into electricity to charge the batteries. This allows you to do most of your driving using just one pedal. You can always still use the standard brakes if you need to stop quickly or stay stopped at a stop light.
Concerned about Safety? The Tesla Model 3 achieved a perfect score in every testing category and subcategory in crash testing done by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and achieved the lowest probability of injury of any car the agency has ever tested.